Blood test back, but police continue investigation

DA wants to check for other substances in blood of driver in Shen fatal crash, no charges filed

The blood drawn from Dennis Drue on Saturday night has been analyzed, but police will not be filing charges until they have investigated the fatal car crash he was involved in.

Police: Two killed, two injured in Northway car crash

Two Shenendehowa High School students were killed on the Northway in a car crash late Saturday night, state police said.

Cop arrested over Spa City bar brawl

A Saratoga Springs police officers has been arrested for his alleged involvement in an off-duty bar fight.

Police: Burglars made off with $100k worth of items

Saratoga Springs police are investigating three separate burglaries on Westbury Drive in the city in which more than $100,000 worth of property was taken.

Trio arrested on gang assault charges for summer incident

Three men were arrested for the alleged assault of a 19-year-old man that left him with a fractured jaw, several missing teeth and lacerations requiring 25 stitches.

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Police: Man entered child’s bathroom stall

A Glenville man, while at a sports complex in Clifton Park, allegedly peered into an enclosed bathroom stall where a child was using the toilet and then entered it, according to police.

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Traffic stop leads to sex charges

Traffic stop leads to sex charges for Schenectady man

A 32-year-old Schenectady man allegedly had sexual intercourse with a female under 15 at his residence, according to police.

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A night at the Spa

Police officers wear many hats when patrolling the evening crowds in downtown Saratoga Springs

Saratoga Springs hasn’t always had the bustling downtown it has today, but these days, it’s a city to envy. While the secret to its success isn’t any one thing, one major factor may have something to do with those who keep it safe.

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Law looks to leash dog attack policy

Breslin’s bill would make owners accountable in all dog attacks

A bill sponsored by Sen. Neil Breslin, D-Bethlehem, would make dog owners more liable in the event of a bite or attack.

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Yellow dot marks the spot

A simple yellow dot on the rear driver’s side window of Capital District cars could make the job of first responders a little easier when they arrive at the scene of an emergency.

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Colonie police seek help locating missing man

Colonie police are asking for the public's help finding a missing Massachusetts man who was in the area for work.

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The wet nose of the law

They wear badges and they’re deputies – but if they apprehend you, chances are you’ll need stitches. On the other hand, if you’re lost and need help, you may discover how wet their noses are.

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Two people arrested for Colonie burglary

Two people were arrested after being caught burglarizing a residence in the Town of Colonie, according to State Police reports.

Latham firefighter lead police on a high speed chase

A Latham firefighter lead State Police on a high speed chase on Saturday, June 9, leading to charges, according to police reports.

Christmas Eve attacker sentenced to jail time

Incident occurred in a parking lot in Colonie in 2010

The Halfmoon man who stabbed a man in the parking lot of a Colonie restaurant on Christmas Eve 2010 was sentenced to 7 1/2 years in State Prison plus three years of post release supervision in Albany County Court on Wednesday, May 30, according to Albany County District Attorney David Soares.